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Water Taxi

  Water Taxi: there are solar-powered water taxis that take travelers across Monaco harbor. It’s a pleasant way to travel from Monaco-Ville to the Casino and back between 8am and 8pm every day of the week. The WATER TAXI is operated all year round by MONACO RIVIERA NAVIGATION (www.monaco-navigation.com) on behalf of the MONACO BUS […]

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Taxis

  Taxis – given the small size of Monaco, taxi service can be used for short rides within the Principality, or rides to the French outskirts (from small towns to major cities like Nice and Cannes). Here is a range of fares: ● Journeys within Monaco (day and night), without waiting and in normal traffic […]

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Regional Train Service (TER)

  Regional Train Service (TER) – first time visitors to Monaco are likely to fly into Nice International Airport, since that’s the nearest international airport proximate to Monaco. Such visitors have the option of travel by train to Monaco from Nice (as well as from other parts of the South of France). The French regional […]

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Car Rentals

  Car Rentals – the following car rental agencies cover the Monaco area: Avis: +377 93 30 17 53 Europcar: +377 93 50 74 95 Hertz: +377 93 30 17 53 Monaco Luxury Car Rental: +377 98 80 01 10 Rent A Car: +377 99 99 00 19 Sixt: +377 93 50 08 62 Top […]

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Bus

Bus — the Monaco Bus Company (C.A.M) allows visitors & resident to travel around the Principality between 7am and 9.30pm. The network covers all of the main tourist attractions, museums, the exotic garden, business centers, Casino, Stade Louis-II, and more. Monaco is served by six bus routes, seven days a week : Line 1: Monaco […]